Well, we’re back! After over a month. I didn’t expect it to take that long but I’m learning that I like to sit and live in a space for a while before committing what to put on walls. To pick up where we left off, I taped newspaper cutouts of my frames to my wall, using ancient masking tape that barely worked and was pretty annoying. Here’s the look:
It’s the wall I face while lying in bed, and I liked the idea of waking up to my frame collage. But a roommate and friend pointed out that this wall already has a door frame and a shelf against. Another boasts a closet, and a third the window. Whereas one wall had nothing:
[whoops, no picture. I’m still not good at remembering to photograph things.]
So I switched gears, and taped my cutouts on the lonely wall. Then I started to commit! And for a while, it looked like this:
At first, I had the purple frame with long limbs and blue plate reversed. But my mom pointed out that such an arrangement made the right side circle-heavy, rather than balancing the shapes. Good call, Mom!
And here’s what the wall-with-the-door looks like now, sans frame collage:
Thanks for reading!